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Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know Webinar and Q&A

Join the Mays Cancer Center for a free breast cancer webinar and Q&A on Oct. 30. Breast cancer experts will discuss the importance of mammograms, follow-up care for cancer survivorship, genetic risk assessments and counseling. After the webinar, there will be a Q&A with the experts.

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History of Medicine Lecture Series – Pandemics & Health Inequities – Stopping History from Repeating Itself

How can we learn from history so that when, inevitably, the next pandemic occurs the most vulnerable people are protected? Wari Allison, MD, PhD, assistant professor of Infectious Diseases, will lead this virtual discussion on Nov. 12 hosted by Briscoe Library.

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Learning Skills Together

This online program teaches skills to those caring for loved ones with dementia or other chronic conditions. The two-week course begins on Saturday, Nov. 14 and is hosted by the School of Nursing's Caring for the Caregiver Program.

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How can you help in the fight against COVID-19?

Learn more about the UT Health San Antonio COVID-19 Response Fund.

In the News »
KSAT 12: COVID-safe Halloween celebration ideas from San Antonio doctor

Ruth Berggren, MD, MACP, Infectious Diseases, says masking, social distancing and good hand hygiene are very important practices to remember during Halloween celebrations.

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National Geographic: ‘Super antigens’ tied to mysterious COVID-19 syndrome in children

Alvaro Moreira, MD, Neonatology, is quoted in this story regarding a study by his team on “super antigens” that are tied to a COVID-19 syndrome in children.

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Texas Public Radio: Ask the expert: How can I vote safely in the 2020 election?

Ruth Berggren, MD, MACP, Infectious Diseases, answers questions about voting safely during the pandemic.

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